State of the Union (audio)
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Each week, Candy Crowley offers a blend of newsmaker interviews, political analysis, and stories of every day Americans during these challenging economic times. Full video episodes available in the iTunes store.
||sotu 3-1 podcast||Rick Perry, former Texas Governor and a potential 2016 Republican candidate, talks about his fellow Republicans and what U.S. foreign policy would look like under a President Perry. Senator Dianne Feinstein on Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's snub to Senate Democrats, the unmasking of Jihadi John and the Homeland Security showdown on Capitol Hill. Michael Oren, former Israeli Ambassador to the United States and a political opponent of Netanyahu, tells us why the Prime Minister is wrong to accept John Boehner's invitation to speak in front a joint meeting of Congress this week. Doug Heye, Donna Brazile, and Peter Baker on John Boehner's bravado, the GOP's united front against Hillary Clinton and the grassroots backlash against Jeb Bush.||1 3 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||SOTU 2-22 Podcast||Former Republican Govs. George Pataki, Tom Ridge and Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) on Rudy Giuliani's controversial remarks about President Obama and the battle for the soul of the GOP. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on national security threats and the fate of his department's funding. Iraq war architect Paul Wolfowitz discusses the fight for Iraq a decade later and the role of radical Islam. Plus, Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich on what worries him most about America and whether he's preparing for White House run in an exclusive Sunday interview.||22 2 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||SOTU Podcast 2-15||Former CIA Director and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta on the war against ISIS, the Obama administration's Syria strategy and Hillary Clinton in 2016. Rep. Ryan Zinke and Mike Rogers discuss whether ISIS can be defeated without American boots on the ground. Plus, Buzzfeed's Washington Bureau Chief John Stanton Vox Executive Editor Matthew Yglesias and former White House Assistant Press Secretary Ben LaBolt on President Obama's end-run around traditional media.||15 2 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||02-08 SOTU Podcast||An exclusive interview with Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on national security and the fate of Homeland Security funding. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) on the war on ISIS, violence in Ukraine, and his plans for 2016. Will he run? Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) joins us exclusively on his push for congressional authorization of force against ISIS. And, stepping up the response to ISIS. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) and former chairman of the House Intel Committee Mike Rogers. Dana Bash hosts State of the Union.||8 2 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||sotu 2-1 Podcast||(CNN)Sen. John McCain joins us to talk about the Mitt Romney, Sarah Palin and the Obama-Netanyahu rift. Mike Huckabee tells why he thinks he can win a 2016 White House run. Mitt Romney decides against a third presidential run but Hillary Clinton is signaling she'll take a second shot. Dan Balz, Kevin Madden and Donna Brazile size up the 2016 landscape. Plus, Rachel Nichols and NFL Hall of Famer Lynn Swann on Super Bowl 49 and the cloud hanging over this year's game.||1 2 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||01/25/15 SOTU PODCAST||(CNN) White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough on how the sudden power shifts in the Middle East will impact the U.S. fight against ISIS and Al Qaeda. With relations between President Obama and Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu on ice, can the U.S. still trust its closest ally in the region? House Intelligence Committee member, Rep. Adam Schiff and former Republican presidential candidate and U.S. ambassador Jon Huntsman weigh in. The first major presidential cattle call of 2016 happens this weekend in Iowa. Former and possible future Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum joins us. Why is "American Sniper" hitting a nerve in the nation's culture debate? We'll hear from two Iraq war veterans, Rep. Adam Kinzinger and Rep. Ruben Gallego. Plus, on the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's death, his grandson, Sir Nicholas Soames reflects on his grandfather's legacy. Michael Smerconish hosts State of the Union on Sunday at 9am and Noon ET on CNN.||25 1 2015||Free||View In iTunes|
||Cyber Warfare on the Rise||Today, the administration sounds the alarm on the next battlefield, cyberspace. We have an exclusive interview with the Leaders of the House Intelligence Committee: Republican Mike Rogers of Michigan and Democrat Dutch Ruppersberger of Maryland. From the battlefields in Iraq to the battles on Capitol Hill, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) and Rep. Tom Cotton (R-AR) join us to discuss how their experiences in combat shape their policy positions today, ten years after Shock and Awe. Plus, Rand Paul wins the conservative straw poll. Can he help resuscitate the Grand ol' Party? Our political panel sounds off - Al Cardenas of the American Conservative Union, Democratic Strategist KiKi McLean, Rep. Raul Grijalva of Arizona and a new face in the political world, Dr. Ben Carson.||17 3 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Spring Thaw on Capitol Hill?||Today, the President breaks bread with Republicans: the White House calls it a "change of approach". Republicans call it a "good foundation" for future talks. What do Democrats say? Our conversation with the top Democrat in The House, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. Plus, as the President reaches out to rank and file Republicans, where does that leave their leadership? Our Sunday exclusive with House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy. Then, he re-emerges, pushing a new book on immigration wars and raising eyebrows for not saying no to a presidential run. 2016 and the state of the Republican Party, with Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Plus, the long road to the next election, Rand Paul's long talk in senate, and no more long lines for White House tours with our political panel: Anita Dunn, Newt Gingrich, Alex Castellanos and Donna Brazille.||10 3 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Bitter Politics, Broken Government||Today, after months of dire predictions and remarkable consensus that it should never happen. It happened, mandatory budget cuts. Moving beyond who did this to what's next? And then, the President's Top Economic Adviser Gene Sperling on plan-b and his side of the Woodward-White House fracas. Plus are politics suffocating lawmaking? Posing the question to the two lawmakers leading their parties 2014 election efforts in the house, Congressmen Steve Israel and Greg Walden. And, the stock market soars to new highs, while incomes plummet to one of the deepest one month declines in 20 years. Our panel weighs in on the two economies.||3 3 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||U.S. on the Brink...Again||Today, if you can't beat 'em, scare 'em. Delayed planes and cancelled flights. The world of automatic budget cuts according to Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood. Then, despite some republican calls to pull the plug on Chuck Hagel's nomination for Defense Chief, and a slow walk of the nomination of John Brennan as CIA Director the President stands by his men. Weighing the odds with Senator John McCain. Guns and immigration: before bills governing either become law they first go through the Judiciary Committee. A conversation with Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy about the art of the doable on two of the most contentious issues of our time. Plus, five days from the next fiscal cliffhanger on forced spending cuts. Deal or more hyperbole: We'll ask our political panel Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy, Former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, PBS' Gwen Ifill and Jackie Calmes of the New York Times.||24 2 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Obama's Wish List||The President takes his push for gun control, jobs and universal preschool to the people and away from the gridlock in the Capitol. Can Democrats in the Senate help push his political laundry list? We'll talk to the President's man on Capitol Hill, New York Senator Chuck Schumer. From nominees to the budget, Republicans are angling for a fight. Are they overplaying their hand? We'll ask Republican Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming. And dire warnings if the sequester goes through, just 11 days from now. Can Congress agree to a plan to avoid the cuts, while still fighting over gun control, immigration and the president's nominees? We have Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island, and Intelligence Committee Chairman, Michigan Congressman Mike Rogers. Congress goes on an extended holiday with a looming deadline. That and more with our political roundtable: Former Republican Congressman Steven LaTourette, former Biden chief of staff Ron Klain, Jeff Zeleny from the New York Times, and C-N-N Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash.||17 2 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
||Politics, Policy and Theatre||Today, President Obama readies his State of the Union message. A chance to lay out details of an aggressive 2nd term agenda. A prequel with Republican Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky who will deliver the tea party response to the President. Then, an Independent voice in a partisan Senate, our exclusive with Senator Angus King of Maine. And former Bush and Obama Defense Secretary Robert Gates with the case for drones and the future of U.S. troops in Afghanistan. Then, our political panel on State of the Union watching, and the new chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Plus, the high price of a penny.||10 2 2013||Free||View In iTunes|
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